Menopause can cause symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness. If you’re nearing menopause, you may also have sore breasts. Menopause is a transitional time of hormonal changes in your body.Author: Stephanie Watson.
Sore breasts are common during menstruation, but breast pain and discomfort can also occur during perimenopause and menopause. In this article, learn why breast pain can happen at this stage of life.Author: Aaron Kandola.
There’s a good reason why menopause is called “the change of life.” It can affect just about every part of your body, including your breasts. During perimenopause-- the years before your.
Breast tenderness can be explained as pain, soreness, or any discomfort in the breasts. It is generally associated with swelling, soreness, aching, or pain that appears in either or both breasts. Some degree of breast tenderness is not unusual during menopause. Breast tenderness is normal during menstruation, pregnancy, and breastfeeding.
Tender breasts can signal periods and pregnancy.And then there's the other P: perimenopause. Hormone changes can cause water retention, as anyone with a case of period bloat who can't fit into her favorite jeans can attest.Your breasts can retain fluid, too, swelling the Author: Katie Lambert.